It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Best Moments of Seasons 2 and 3

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Best Moments of Seasons 2 and 3

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia fans are a special kind of group: We think the darkest, most awful aspects of life are appropriate comedy subjects. Perhaps that’s why we are so drawn to the notorious TV show, and why we think the following best moments of Seasons 2 and 3 are “hold your belly, laugh your ‘effing ass off funny.”

Charlie Gets Crippled

Best moment: Charlie flipping out in his war hero outfit at the strip club when Frank ruins the best thing that’s ever happened to him.

The Gang Goes Jihad

Best moment: Charlie’s complete misunderstanding about the way things have worked in America for a long time.

Dennis and Dee Go on Welfare

Best moment: Dennis and Dee terribly singing Just a Friend because they are on welfare and piss ass drunk.

Mac Bangs Dennis’ Mom

Best moment: The MOVE!

Hundred Dollar Baby

Best moment: Charlie’s fighting dance when he agrees to become an underground street fighter…named Clown Baby.

The Gang Gives Back

Best moment: A drunk Charlie refereeing a youth basketball game and owning hard.

The Gang Exploits a Miracle

Best moment: When Charlie and Mac accidentally dress as salt and pepper shakers, and Charlie tricks himself into thinking he’s Jesus.

The Gang Runs for Office

Best moment: Dennis trying to read the speech that illiterate Charlie wrote for him.

Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody’s Ass

Best moment: Charlie’s inspirational song about being American.

Dennis and Dee Get a New Dad

Best moment: When Mac and Charlie realize they need to fill their butts with heroine to impress Mac’s imprisoned dad.

The Gang Finds a Dumpster Baby

Best moment: Charlie finding the Alibaba sword!

The Gang Gets Invincible

Best moment: Charlie finally pulling out Green Man and thinking he’s dancing with the entire McPoyle family, though he’s the only one dancing because he’s tripping pretty hard.

Dennis and Dee’s Mom Is Dead

Best moment: Dennis and Mac torturing the college kids stupid enough to show up at the party mansion. Because it’s what friends do to each other.

The Gang Gets Held Hostage

Best moment: Frank and Charlie squeezing through the vents to freedom!

The Aluminum Monster vs. Fatty Magoo

Best moment: Dennis’ bid as a fashion designer, and his quips to unacceptable models.

The Gang Solves the North Korea Situation

Best moment: A hungover Dee waking up to realize she slept with a toothless, oily, bus boy to get a secret micro-brew recipe.

The Gang Sells Out

Best moment: When Frank’s old gang, The Yellow Jacket Boys, are mistaken for a 50s doo-wop group. “Haven’t you ever heard of gangster rap?”

Frank Sets Sweet Dee on Fire

Best moment: Mac officially sweating off all his makeup, and completely blowing the news show plan.

Sweet Dee’s Dating a Retarded Person

Best moment: The band’s first rehearsal, before they can decide if their band name is The Pecan Sandies or Chemical Toilet.

Mac Is a Serial Killer

Best moment: Pepper Jack taking Fraggle Rock instead of Dee.

Dennis Looks Like a Registered Sex Offender

Best moment: Charlie and Mac freak out and speed away because they’re afraid Mac’s dad is going to kill them. Red to red!

The Gang Gets Whacked: Part 1

Best moment: Charlie finding out lawn jockeys are “real,” befriending one, and then immediately regretting it.

The Gang Gets Whacked: Part 2

Best moment: Dennis getting slapped repeatedly by his friend and pimp.

Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City

Best moment: Charlie, aka Serpico, celebrating after cracking an imaginary case.

The Gang Dances Their Asses Off

Best moment: Charlie’s amazingly choreographed dance to Take My Breath Away from grade school.


What’s your favorite Sunny moment from Seasons 2 and 3?

Additional Images: Wikia



Emily Koo
Emily Koo
Emily Koo is a writer & musician living in Seattle, WA, by way of Randolph, MA. She’s a huge fan of her dog, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia references, and tea tree oil-infused toothpicks. Learn about her mundane life on Facebook.